Wire spindles are a convenient solution for linear relocations. The narrow tolerances are ideal for miniature applications in which a rotating movement has to be transformed into a linear motion and vice versa.
In applications where precise positioning is important, slack-poor nuts can play a role without wrapping. Consisting of only three parts, these nuts provide a constant pressure by means of a spring loaded between the two nut halves. This construction eliminates any slack (wrapping) that is present between the inner thread of the nut and the external thread of the spindle.
In order to guarantee positioning and repeat accuracy, a fine tuning can be achieved by means of different veerconstantes, which is tailored to the pretension of the design.